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Efficient and compatible VLSI architecture of parallel MAC based on high radix modified Booth algorithm

  title={Efficient and compatible VLSI architecture of parallel MAC based on high radix modified Booth algorithm},
  author={Pratibhadevi Tapashetti and D. B. Kulkarni},
In the current scenarios there is a requirement for high speed applications of digital signal processing. This need high speed low power, less delay and compact circuits. Multiplication and addition are the major required operations for digital signal processing. This need is fulfilled by using new architectures for modified booth algorithm, carry save adder and Wallace tree. Modified booth algorithm increases the speed by reducing the number of partial products and carry save adder performs… 
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